Wave House Hotel Magaluf,Mallorca
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Wave House Hotel Magaluf,Mallorca

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The Sol Wave House Hotel in the Majorca beach resort of Magaluf is part of an plan to bring a bit more class to the resort. The main attraction at the hotel are the two wave machines that make learning to surf and even ride barrels a reality in the flat calm of Mallorca's beaches. tekst seemallorca.com more info http:www.majorca.info

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